A native of Tucson Regan played four years of varsity volleyball and was the first team to join Zona Volleyball in 1994. Regan was voted Tucson's Most Valuable Player in 1997, and nominated for top female high school athlete in Arizona. I 1997, she accepted a full ride scholarship to play Division I volleyball at the University of Idaho. She started as a freshman and played four years at University of Idaho prior to playing in Spain and Portugal in 2001. While at the University of Idaho, Regan was eighth in hitting percentage for career records. Following her passion to assist and guide those through the criminal justice system, Regan obtained her undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology and her graduate degree in Criminal Justice Administration. Regan started coaching club volleyball in the Phoenix area in 2002. She was the head coach for the junior varsity team at Desert Vista High School from 2003 to 2008. Prior to moving back to Tucson in July 2010, Regan assisted with coaching the 16-1 national qualifying team for Spiral Volleyball Club in 2008 and 2009. Regan began coaching for Zona VBC in 2010 and has coached ages 14-18. While she took a couple years off from coaching to start a family, she is excited to return to Zona and bring her 17 years of coaching experience back to the volleyball club that was a driving force behind her success.
Regan has continued her competitive drive by participating in multiple athletic events and enjoys helping young ladies develop skills to thrive in their daily lives and in athletic environments. She is passionate about serving and loving her community and encourages others to do the same.